sábado, 3 de maio de 2008

Diana Vreeland sobre edição

Diana Vreeland na Vogue em março de 1968. Por Jack Robinson

"What´s that terrible phrase one used to hear? "Relate", as in 'relate to'. People were always relating to themselves, and that´s where they went wrong. I think part of my success as an editor came from never worrying about a fact, a cause, an atmosphere. It was me - projecting to the public. That was my job. I think I always had a perfectly clear view of what was possible for the public. GIVE´EM WHAT THEY NEVER KNEW THEY WANTED.
At the same time, I´ve always had an abhorrence of popularity. In fashion, you have to be one step ahead of the public." D.V., 1984

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